To advance artificial intelligence, robots are simply asking for help to humans. That is the idea advanced by Willow Garage, a company specializing in robotics based in Palo Alto, California. According to the company, asking for help is the second nature of human beings and this behavior could help solve one of the thorniest problems in artificial intelligence. Continue reading
In 2005, Honda launched its latest humanoid called Asimo. Since then, the Japanese manufacturer focuses on improving the intelligence of these robots. And it works.
The faculties of communication and autonomy of Asimo have increased. They are able to decide on the choice of their tasks and know when they must recharge their batteries. In communication with other Asimo present in the vicinity, the robots will divide the tasks, are experiencing levels of batteries each and share information on their future work. Continue reading